Ramona (CA) Fishing Reports, Fishing Times, Licenses, and Campgrounds
Fishing in Ramona, CA
Fish Species in Ramona (CA)
Bream, Bluegill, Bullhead, Carp, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Redear Sunfish, Blue Catfish, Catfish,
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Ramona Fishing Reports
"The hatfield creek in ramona ca is a seaonal creek at best. this thing is..." Hatfield Creek
"The 556 acres that make up Sutherland Reservoir have a max depth of 145..." Sutherland Dam
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Ramona (CA) Fishing Licenses
For Fishing License purchase, fishing rules, and fishing regulations please visit California Fish & Wildlife
Please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the Fishing Spot is open to the public,
and respect all signs indicating private property or restricting access.
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For those interested in fishing Ramona's lakes, reservoirs and streams, there are some excellent choices including Washtub Falls, Sutherland Dam and Guejito Creek. Whether you're fishing for Sockeye Salmon, Smallmouth Bass or Coho Salmon, or one of the other fish found near Ramona, we can tell you where to find them, how to bring them in, and who's having success. So get your fly fishing gear, baitcasting setup, trolling equipment, or spin casting gear out and find your new favorite fishing spot near Ramona in state. All that, including links to your local fish and wildlife websites, records for a location, photos, videos, GPS coordinates for where the fish can be found, and much more.
Ramona can be found in the great state of California. More specifically, it can be found at 33.0417098999023 and -116.8680801391602. Explore our pages and find your next fishing spot.